FCC to Consider Stronger Stance on Net Neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission said that it will study whether stronger language in its policy on protecting Net neutrality is necessary, but consumer groups and Democratic commissioners criticized the move for not being bold enough. At its monthly open meeting in Washington D.C., the FCC voted to issue a notice of inquiry on "broadband industry practices" that will include a discussion of an open Internet.

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